dining friday brunch Marina magic
Marina magic
Updated on 01 May 2016

When the working week ends, the Aquara weekend begins with back-to-back brunches on Friday and a tapas-fuelled fiesta on Saturday. The seafood-inspired Friday Brunch is priced at Dhs 220, or you could opt for the meat-inspired Brunch Under the Stars every Friday evening, also Dhs 220. Then on Saturday, grab a group of friends and feast on Mediterranean food and Spanish pitchers at Dubai Marina Yacht Club’s popular Saturday Sundowners.

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